If you feel out of balance and you feel that you spin around (or the world is spinning), then you probably have vertigo.
This problem is related to the inner ear, and some of these conditions can be vestibular neuritis, Meniere’s disease, and BPPV. If you are on some medications that can cause ear damage, or if you have a migraine headache, head, neck injuries or brain problems, you should know that all of these can cause vertigo.
Symptoms include spinning, unbalance posture, tilting, swaying, and in some cases nausea, vomiting, headaches.
Doctors at the University of Colorado Hospital developed a simple fix for vertigo, and they wanted to share it with the world. This video will help you feel normal and without dizziness.
First, you need to tip your head up and look at the ceiling. Then you put your head upside down like you are going to do a somersault. In that position, you need to turn to face your left elbow. Wait for the dizziness to end and then raise your head to back level. Again, wait for the dizziness to end and sit back quickly. That is that!